Sometimes we get so caught up in the labels, individual products, and all the “Something-as-a-Service” offerings that we lose sight of the basic principles of cloud computing. Below is a brief refresher on “the cloud” and a discussion around which of the four main cloud environment types could be right for your business.
In a year of filled with concerns such as a global pandemic, murder hornets, and so much more, the crisis du jour for Americans is now…TikTok?
The unfortunate reality is that many businesses, armed with the best of intentions, spend millions on software designed to offer more efficiency, visibility, ROI, and more—only to have that software never be utilized to its full potential and gather dust on a shelf. Here’s what to know and what questions to ask yourself to avoid having your software turn into shelfware.
As organizations divert resources to other parts of their business, they may be leaving their infrastructure exposed. Even though other concerns may seem more important right now, the truth is that protecting your company’s assets has never been more important. The risk to digital assets during a time of crisis is greater than ever.
With millions furloughed or suffering in other ways, CX can currently be measured in how well the company delivers experiences with empathy and care. But looking forward, businesses must prepare for longer-term shifts in consumer behavior because of coronavirus. Here’s how.